Is 2016 the year of the Grime crossover?

Daniel Gumble

A number of influential figures from the music industry have hailed 2016 as a great year for grime, as the wider music industry begins to fully embrace it as one of the most vibrant and creative cultural movements in years.

While grime has been growing and thriving on its own terms for the past 15 years, it appears that the rest of the industry is finally waking up to its growing appeal. So far this year there have been several ...

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